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Amateur Radio Emergency Services LogoWest Riverside County ARES
2024 Exercise & Activities to be Announced


Meetings are held on the 2nd Mondays

Next Meeting: Feb 12th, @ 1830
 Meet & Greet at 1800. 
Online Only: Zoom Link 
TOPIC: New Earthquake Activation Procedures

PLAN-PREPARE-PRACTICE & REPEAT

OUR NETs ARE THE 4TH THURSDAYS  @ 19:00 hrs
Repeater: 449.300-  pl:103.5
Moreno Valley EOC RACES Repeater on Box Spring MT.
⇒ Secondary Repeater: 146.115+ pl: 88.5 – WRC ARES
⇒ Alternate Repeater: 146.655-  pl:103.5 – MVARA Club

For more info: 
Send an email to aresnwrc@gmail.com
Or call 951-888-1738📞 – Message Phone


STEP UP AND PREPARE!!

Put your Ham Radio skills and equipment to use for Public Service or in the event of an Emergency.  Join ARES by clicking on the Register with ARES” on the left.  

 West Riverside County District ARES Contacts:

Covering: Riverside, Moreno Valley, Hemet/Diamond Valley, Temecula, Banning, Elsinore, Jurupa Valley


Bob Morris, KK6BXJ, District Emergency Coordinator
Email: KK6BXJ@OUTLOOK.COM

Ph. 951-888-1738

David Bell, N6DJB,  Assistant District Emergency Coordinator, Treasurer & Net Manager – Email: dijbee@outlook.com


Rick Schirmer, KK6CTT, Emergency Coordinator – Riverside
Email: rngr86@juno.com


VACANT – Emergency Coordinator – Moreno Valley 
Email: 


Don Davies, KJ6YGT, Emergency Coordinator – Jurupa Valley
Email: brddrd55@aol.com


Mike Mendoza, KK6BUW, Emergency Coordinator – Banning Pass
Email: srmendoza@verizon.net


Fred Bartz, Emergency Coordinator – Temecula 
Email: fjbartz@verizon.net

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FEMA Administrator, Craig Fugate, KK4INZ, spoke at the ARRL Centennial Banquet Friday, July 18, 2014, about the importance of Ham Radio in Emergencies.

Ham Radio’s Role in Emergencies: